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Washington, DC / Anti-War Demonstrations #15250

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 28, 1971
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(Studio) Anti-war demonstrations continue in DC.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(DC) Film shows police arresting 211 protesters blocking entrance to selective service building; demonstrators serve IRS (Internal Revenue Service) employees refreshments; 5 representatives appear before Senate Foreign Relations Committee [Senator Hugh SCOTT - asks if demonstrators discussed kidnapping of United States public officials with North Vietnam Paris negotiator Mrs. Nguyen Thi Binh.] [Unidentified DEMONSTRATORS - say didn't discuss kidnapping; call Scott paranoid.] [SCOTT - says have had more years to judge paranoia; thinks activities counter productive.] [Senator George AIKEN - asks why stay in United States if other cntrys. better.] [Unidentified DEMONSTRATOR - says love people and cntry.; want to change government]

(Studio) 27 religious leaders appeal for wkend. of repentance and renewal.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Clark, Bob;
Smith, Howard K.

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